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Assistant Professor, Small Animal Clinical Sciences

The University of Tennessee is applying for Permanent Alien Labor Certification in connection with the following position:  TITLE:                                   Assistant Professor, Small Animal Clinical Sciences                                        DUTIES:                                Faculty position:  Teach veterinary medicine, soft tissue surgery  and orthopedic surgery to veterinary students, […]

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Assistant Professor, Biochemistry, Cell & Molecular Biology

The University of Tennessee is applying for Permanent Alien Labor Certification in connection with the following position:  TITLE:                                   Assistant Professor, Biochemistry, Cell and Molecular Biology                       DUTIES:                                Tenure track faculty position in physical biochemistry/biophysics:  Teach graduate and undergraduate classes in introductory […]

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Programs Abroad Photo Contest Winners – 2012

The winners of the 2012 Programs Abroad Photo Contest have been announced. First Place Winners: UT Student Category “Overcoming Fears” – Olivia Bagatelas General Photography Category “Sunset in the Valley of the Moon” – Desiree Ancar Second Place Winners UT […]


Incoming Students Frequently Asked Questions

New international students have started arriving at The University of Tennessee, Knoxville. This means that the Center for International Education (CIE) is very busy welcoming over 250 new international students! Check out the full Orientation Schedule for fall 2012 for […]


Tax Session on August 23

Continuing UTK International Students:   We would like to invite you to attend the Tax Session for new students on Thursday, August 23, at 5:00 in the Great Room at the I-House.   Do you remember the Tax Talk you […]


History of the Center for International Education

The earliest international student identified in the records of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville is one Mr. Stamas S. Trikaliotis of Greece, who was awarded an M.A. degree in 1844.[1] It was not until the middle of the twentieth century, […]